Ararat was divided over municipal rates, until it got a slice of The Pie

Updated November 3 2021 - 9:42pm, first published November 2 2021 - 9:00pm
HEALING: St Arnaud farmer Charlie de Fegely says rates no longer split the Ararat community. Picture: CONTRIBUTED, STOCK AND LAND

Tensions were so high at Ararat Rural City Council in 2018 that farmers were boycotting shops to avoid confrontations with townies over the thorny issue of municipal rates.

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